DOI:​10.1515/9783110541441-007
Corpus ID: 194504752
Bamana Texts in Arabic Characters: Some Leaves from Mali
T. Tamari, A. Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili
Published 2017
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This study analyses five Bamana-language texts composed in the earlier twentieth century by Amadou Jomworo Bary, a Fulbe scholar from the Masina (Mali), that were hand copied in 1972 by the Fulbe… Expand
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